A total lunar eclipse takes place in the sky over the Mexican city of Guadalajara early on Tuesday. The event was to be visible from North and South America, but sky watchers in northern and eastern Europe, eastern Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia were not as lucky, according to US space agency Nasa. Read more
Children watch a soccer match held by activists as part of the “Rebel Cup” in downtown São Paulo. The Rebel Cup is an informal tournament bringing together social movements as a way of protest against government spending for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. One of the boys, left, wears a T-shirt of Real Madrid while another, second from right, wears the shorts of Barcelona.
Firefighters work to put out a fire in Valparaiso city, northwest of Santiago, Chile Read more
Spain’s Sergio Garcia hits a shot on the second hole during the second round of the Masters golf tournament at the Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Georgia
The “pachuco” scene in Mexico is thought to date back to the 1930s and 1940s in Los Angeles, where Mexican migrants would wear the snazzy outfits partly as a symbol of defiance against discrimination. The custom’s continuation in Mexico is seen in part as a continuing protest against the treatment of Mexican immigrants north of the border. Read more
Opposition supporters hold candles as they take part in a rally against Nicolas Maduro’s government in Caracas, Venezuela.
Lava spewed by the Tungurahua volcano can be seen from the city of Banos, Ecuador. An orange alert was issued by the volcanic activity of the Tungurahua
222 skydivers from World Team attempt to break the world record for the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI) Largest Sequential Freefall Formation attempt at Skydive Arizona in Eloy, Arizona, US on Monday. Read more
Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz poses for a selfie with US President Barack Obama during a ceremony at the White House to honour the 2013 World Series Champions Read more
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Relatives gather on Tuesday on Washington’s Capitol Hill, ahead of testimony from General Motors’ CEO Mary Barra to a House of Representatives subcommittee. She is to answer questions on a faulty ignition switch and the mishandled recall of 2.6m cars, which have been linked to 13 deaths and dozens of accidents.